Monday 3 December 2012
Screen Australia today announced that four new multi-platform projects which push the envelope of creative storytelling have been supported through the third funding round of the Multi-platform Production Program. One of the four projects is Ringbalin, Executive Producer Film Art Media’s Sue Maslin.
Ringbalin is an interactive documentary from Goodmorningbeautiful Films, producers Julia de Roeper, Jocelyn Pederick and Benjamin Pederick and executive producer Sue Maslin, working with producer Jennifer Wilson from digital agency The Project Factory. Writer/director Benjamin Pederick will take users on a virtual pilgrimage along the Murray, telling the river’s history through Indigenous eyes. Marketplace attachments include Adelaide Film Festival, Ronin Films, South Australian Tourism Commission, Tourism Australia, WOMAD and the Murray-Darling Basin Authority.
RINGBALIN: RIVER STORIES
Executive Producer Sue Maslin
Producers Julia de Roeper, Jocelyn Pederick, Benjamin Pederick
Writer/Director Benjamin Pederick
Digital Producer Jennifer Wilson, The Project Factory
Marketplace Adelaide Film Festival, Ronin Films, Murray-Darling Basin Authority, South Australian Tourism Commission, Tourism Australia, WOMAD
Synopsis Ringbalin is an interactive documentary for online screens, exhibition and mobile devices that reinterprets Australia’s greatest river system, the Murray-Darling, through the stories of the world’s oldest living Indigenous culture.